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Myanmar's deposed leader Aung san Suu Kyi has been charged with violating the country's official secrets act which could carry a 14-year jail term. Three of her cabinet ministers and an Australian economic adviser have also been charged. They also face a host of other allegations, including bribery.

The Dutch parliament is debating a no-confidence motion in the prime minister Mark Reutter.The opposition accuses him of lying when he denied trying to silence an MP who had been highly critical of the government by offering him a job elsewhere.

Police in Belgium have dispersed a crowd of several thousand young people who've been tricked into turning up for a nonexistent concert. It was announced on social media, apparently as an April Fool's Day joke.

Leading oil producing countries are to increase output in an attempt to stop fuel prices rising. The group OPEG plus said there had been improvements in the market because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages. But production was still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.

The girlfriend of George Floyd, the black American whose death sparked protests across the world, took the stand on Thursday in the trial of the white police officer accused of murdering him. Courtney Ross talked about how she first met Mr. Floyd and described their struggle with opioid addiction. Derek Chauvin denies the charges against him.

An Egyptian court has reversed a decision to release on bail 4 defendants in a infamous gang-rape case. The men have been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a young woman at a hotel in Cairo in 2014. The case helped spur a Me Too movement in Egypt.

The Paris-Roubaix cycle race in France, known as the 'Hell of the North' has been postponed from next weekend until October because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Last year's race was cancelled for the first time since the second World War.
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BBC News with David Harper.

Myanmar’s deposed leader * has been charged with violating the country’s official secret act, which could carry a 14-year jail term. Three of her cabinet ministers and an Australian economic adviser have also been charged. They also face a host of other allegations including bribery.

The Dutch parliament is debating a no-confidence motion in the Prime Minister Mark *. The opposition accuses him of lying when he denied trying to silence MP who have been * critical of government by offering him a job elsewhere.

Police in Belgium have dispersed a crowd of several thousands of young people who’ve been tricked to turning up for a non-existent concert was announced on social media apparently as an April Fool’s Day joke.

Leading oil producing countries are to increase output in an attempt to stop fuel pricing rising. The group “OPEC Plus” said it had been improvements in the market because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages, but production will still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.

The girlfriend of George *, the black American whose death sparked protests across the world, took the stand on Thursday in a trial of the white police officer accused of murdering him. * talked about how she first met * and described their struggle with opioid addiction. * denies the charges against him.

An Egyptian court has reversed a decision to release on bail four defendants in an infamous gang rape case. The men have been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a young woman at a hotel in Cairo in 2014. The case helped spur a * movement in Egypt.

The Paris-Roubaix cycle race in France known as The Hell of the North has been postponed from next weekend to October because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Last year’s race was cancelled for the first time since the Second World War.  

That's the latest BBC news.
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Mymmar's deposed leader xx has been charged of violating the country's official secret act which could carry a 14-year jail term. Three of her canbinet ministers and an Austrilia economic adviser have also been charged. He also faced other host of allegations including bribery.


The Dutch parliament is debating a no-confidence motion in the prime minister xx. the opposition accuses him of  lying when he denied trying to silent an MP who have been cryly critical of the government by offering him a job elsewhere.


Police in Belgium have dispersed a crowd of several thousand young people who have been tricked into turning up for a non-existent concert. It was announced on social media apparently as an April 1st joke.


Leading oil producing countries are to increase output in an attempt to stop feul price's rising. The group OPEC Plus says there has been an imporvements in the market because of the vaccination programmes and stimulus packages. But production was still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.


The girlfriend of George Flyod, the black American whose death sparked protests across the world took the stand on Thursday in the trial the white police officer accused of murdering him.   xx talked about how she met with Mr. Flyod and describe their struggle over opiod addiction. xx denies the charges against him.


An Egyption court has reversed a decision to release on bail four defendents in a xx gang rape crime. The man has been charged with drugging and sexually assulting a young woman at a hotel in Cario in 2014. The case helped spur a Me2 movement in Egypt.


The Paris  xx cycle race in France known as the hell of the north has been postponed from next weekend until October because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus.  Last year's race was cancelled for the first time since the second world war.


That's the latest BBC news.

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BBC news with David Harper.

Myanmar's deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with violating the country's official secrets act, which could carry a 14-year jail term. Three of her cabinet ministers and an Australia economic adviser have also been charged. They also faced a host of other allegations, including bribery.

The Dutch parliament is debating a no-confidence motion in the Prime Minister Mark Putte. The opposition accuses him of lying when he denies trying to silence a MP, who has been quietly critical of the government, but offering him a job elsewhere.

Police in Belgium has dispersed a crowd of several thousands of young people, who have been tricked to turning up for a non-existence concert. It was announced on social media apparently as an April1st day joke.

Leading oil producing countries are to increase output in an attempt to stop fuel price rising. The group OPEC+ said there has been improvements in the market because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages, but production will still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.

The girlfriend of George Floyd, the black American whose death sparked the protests across the world took the stand on Thursday in the trial of a white police officer accused of murdering him.  Courteney Ross talked about how she first met Mr.Floyd and described their struggle with opioid addiction. Derick Chauvin denied the charges against him.

An Egyptian court has reversed a decision to release on bail four defendants in an infamous gang rape case. The men have been charged with drugging and sexual assaulting a young woman at a hotel in Cairo in 2014. The case helped spur a "MeToo" movement in Egypt.

The Paris Roubaix cycle race in France, known as the Hell of the north has been postponed from next weekend until October, because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Last year's race was canceled for the first time since the second World War.

That's the latest BBC news.
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BBC news with David Harper
Myanmar’s deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with violating the country’s official Secret Act which could carry a 40-year jail term. Three of her cabinet ministers and an Australian economic advisor have also been charged. They also face a host of other allegations, including bribery.

The Dutch Parliament is debating a no-confidence motion on the Prime Minister Mark Rutte. The opposition accuses him of lying when he denied trying to silence a MP who had been highly critical of the government by offering him job elsewhere.


Police in Belgium have dispersed a crowd of several thousand young people who’d been tricked into turning up for a non-existent concert. It was announced on social media, apparently as an April Fool’s Day joke.

Leading oil producing countries are to increase output in an attempt to stop fuel prices rising. The Group OPEC plus said there had been improvements in the market because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages. But production will still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.

The girlfriend of George Floyd, the Black American whose death sparked protests across the world took the stand on Thursday in the trial of the white police officer accused of murdering him. Courteney Ross talked about how she first met Mr Floyd and described their struggle with opioid addiction. Derek Chavin denies the charges against him.

An Egyptian court has reversed a decision to release on bail 4 defendants in the infamous gang rape case. The men have been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a young woman at a hotel in Cairo in 2014. The case helped spur a “Me Too” movement in Egypt.

The Paris Roubaix Cycle Race in France known as the Hell of the North has been postponed from next weekend until October because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Last year’s race was cancelled for the first time since the Second World War.
That’s the latest BBC news
Myanmar's deposed leader Ansha has been charged with violating the country's official secreat act,which could carry a 14-year jail term,3 of her cabinet ministers and an Australian  economic advisor have also been charged,they also face a host of other allegations including bribery.

The Dutch Parliament is debating a non-confidence motion in the Prime Minister Mageruter,the opposition accuses him of lying when he denies trying to silence a MP who had been critely critical of the government by offering him job elsewhere.

Police in Belguim have dispersed a crowd of several thousand young people,who've been tricked turning up for a non-existant concert,it was announced on social media apparent as an April fool day joke.

Leading oil producing coutries are to increase output in an attempt to stop fuel price's rising ,the group OPEC plus said there have been improvements in the markets because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages,but production will still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.

The Girl friend of Gordge Floid,the black American whose death sparked protests across the world,took the stand on Thursday in the trial of White Police accused of murdering him,C talked about how she first met Mr Floid,and desribed their struggle with Opioud addiction.D denies the charges against him.

An Egyption court has reversed a decision to release on bale for defendants in an infamouse gang rape case,the men have been charged with druging and sexually assulting a young woman at a hotel in Caro in 2014,the case helped spur a me too movement in Egypt.

The Paris RB cycle race in France known as the hell of the North,has been postponed from next weekend to October,because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus.Last year's race was cancelled,for the first time since the second world war.
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Myanmar's deposed leader has been charged with violating the country's official secret act which could carry a fourteen-year jail term. Three of her cabinet ministers and an Australian economic adviser have also been charged.They also face a host of other allegations including bribery.
The Dutch parliament is debating a no-confidence motion in the prime minister ?.The opposition accuses him of lying when he denied trying to silence an MP who had been critical of the government by offering a job elsewhere.
Police in Belguim have dispersed a crowd of several thousand young people who had been tricked to turn out for a non-existent concert. It was announced no social media apparently as an April Fool's Day's joke.
Leading oil producing countries are to increase output in an effort to stop fuel prices rising. The group OPEC plus said there had been improvement in the market because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages. But production will still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.
The girlfriend of ?, the black American whose death sparked protests across the world took the stand on Thursday in the trial of the white police officer accused of murdering him. ? told about how she first met Mr. Roid and described their struggle with opioid addiction. ? denies the charges against him.
And a Egyptian court has reversed a decision to release on bail four defendants in an infamous gang rape case. The men had been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at a hotel in Cairo in 2014. The case helped spur a Me Too movement in Egypt.
The Paris ? cycle race in France known as the hell of the north has been postponed from next weekend until October because of the concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Last year's race was cancelled for the first time since the second world war.
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BBC News with David H.

Myanmar's deposed leader A. has been charged with violating the country's official secret act, which could carry a 14-year jail term. Three of her cabinet ministers and an Australian economic advisor have also been charged. They also face a host of other allegations including bribery.

The Dutch Parliament is debating a no-confidence motion in the Prime Minister Mark R. The opposition accuses him of lying when he denies trying to silence a MP, who has been quietly critical of the government by offering him a job elsewhere.

Police in Belgium have dispersed a crowd of several thousands of people who have been trigged to turning out for a non-existent concert. It was announced on social media apparently as an April Fool's Day joke.

Leading oil-producing countries are to increase output in an attempt to stop fuel prices rising. The OPEC+ said there have been heavy improvements in the market because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages, but production will still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.

The girlfriend of George Floyd, a black American whose death sparked protests across the world, took the stand on Thursday, in the trial of the white police officers accused of murdering him. C. R. talked back how she first met Mr. Floyd, and described their struggle with opioid addiction. David S. denies the charges against him.

An Egyptian court has reversed the decision to release on bail four defendants in an infamous gang rape case. The man who has been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a young woman at a hotel in Cairo in 2014. The case helped spurred a METOO movement in Egypt.

The Paris-R. cycle race in France, know as the hell of the north, has been postponed from next weekend until October because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Last year's race was canceled for the first time since second word war.

That's the latest BBC News.
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BBC news with David Harper.

Myanmar's deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with violating the country 's officials secrets act which could carry a fouteen-year jail term. Three of her cabinet  ministers and an Australian economic advisor have also been in charge. They also faced a host of other allegations, including bribery.

The Duch parliament is debating a no-confident motion in the Prime Minister Mark Putte. The opposition assuses him of lying when he denied trying to silence a MP, who has been quietly critical of the goveronment but offering him a job elsewhere.

Police in Belgium has dispresed a crowd of several thousands of young people, who have been tricked to turning up for a non-existent concert. It was announced on social media apparently as an April Fool's Day joke.

Leading oil producing countries are to increase output in an attempt to stop fuel price rising. The group OEPC plus said there had been improvement in the market because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages. But production was still remian well below pre-pandemic levels.

The girlfriend of George Floyd, the black American whose death sparked the protests across the world, took the stand on Thursday in the trial of the white police office accused of murdering him. Courtney Ross talked about how she first met Mr. Floyd and descibed their struggle with opioid addiction. Derek Chauvin denied the charges againist him.

An Egyptain court had reversed a decision to release on bail four defendants in an infamous gang rape case. The men have been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a young women at a hotel in Cairo in 2014. The case helped spur a ''Metoo'' movement in Egypt.

The Paris-Roubaix Cycle Race in France, known as ''the Hell of the North'' has been postponed from next weekend until October because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Last year's race was cancelled for the time since the Second World War.

And that's the latest BBC news.
Myanmar's deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been charged with violating the country's official secrets act which could carry a 14-year jail term. Three of her cabinet ministers and an Australian economic advisor have also been charged. They also face a host of other allegations including bribery.

The Dutch parliament is debating a no-confidence motion in the Prime Minister Mark Rutte. The opposition accuses him of lying when he denied trying to silence an MP who had been criedly critical of the government by offering him a job elsewhere. 

Police in Belgium have dispersed a crowd of several thousand young people who had been tricked into turning up for a non-existent concert. It was announced on social media apparently as an April Fools' Day joke.

Leading oil-producing countries are to increase output in an attempt to stop fuel price's rising. The group OPEC+ said there had been improvements in the market because of global vaccination programs and stimulus packages, but production will still remain well below pre-pandemic levels.

The girlfriend of George Floyd, the black American whose death sparked protests across the world, took the stand on Thursday in the trial of the white police officer accused of murdering him. Courteney Ross talked about how she first met Mr. Floyd and described their struggle with opioid addiction. Derek Chauvin denied the charges against him.

An Egyptian court has reversed a decision to release on bail four defendants in an infamous gang-rape case. The men have been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting a young woman at a hotel in Cairo in 2014. The case helped spur a "MeToo" movement in Egypt.

The Paris-Roubaix cycle race in France known as "the hell of the north" has been postponed from next weekend until October because of concerns about the spread of coronavirus. Last year's race was canceled for the first time since the Second World War. 
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